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Rockshadow 06-25-2012 04:38 PM

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Originally Posted by cheezemziez (Post 304403)
I hope you feel better soon. In the meantime, stay home and go and KidPub and read!

*salutes* Will do. :)

cheezemziez 06-25-2012 04:55 PM

AHHH! THE CREEPY SMILEY IS BACK! *shudders* *dies*

Rockshadow 06-25-2012 05:00 PM

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Originally Posted by cheezemziez (Post 304415)
AHHH! THE CREEPY SMILEY IS BACK! *shudders* *dies*

*revives you* I SHALL BRING THY BACK TO'ST LIFE!!!!

cheezemziez 06-25-2012 05:04 PM

It's thee, but thanks for the revival. ^.^

MaryElizabeth 06-25-2012 05:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Rockshadow (Post 304394)
I just ran the hardest 2 miles of my life and experienced incrediable pain in my head and the back of my legs. I still have a cough and my head hurts slightly and my legs are SO SORE. *groans and massages the tight muscles.* But MLP makes me feel better. :3

Well, I'm glad it's not emotional pain. :^] Hope you feel better.

Rockshadow 06-25-2012 05:08 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 304425)
Well, I'm glad it's not emotional pain. :^] Hope you feel better.

Thanks, ME. :)

Sandy 06-25-2012 05:10 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 303716)
Usually, when people experience an out-of-body experience, they see their dormant self. I think you were imagining. Sounds like depression.

http://pressthepsbutton.files.wordpr...pg?w=372&h=300


And just how does that sound like depression? Please enlighten me.

MaryElizabeth 06-25-2012 05:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Sandy (Post 304439)
http://pressthepsbutton.files.wordpr...pg?w=372&h=300


And just how does that sound like depression? Please enlighten me.

She had a hallucination in which she jumped off a cliff. It's not very vague, is it?

Sandy 06-25-2012 05:27 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 304443)
She had a hallucination in which she jumped off a cliff. It's not very vague, is it?

Bro, my friend and I get that all the time. I know someone who can see a person, and then if they focus, can see whatever they're looking at from where they are. I know a girl who can see herself die whenever she looks in the mirror. I see myself working out like a boss to a good song whenever I hear aforementioned good song, and if I close my eyes and I'm listening to a good enough percussive beat, I can see my ancestors and hear their footsteps.
Everyone has quirks like this; the point is that we know as well as she does that it's not really real, thus why she called it an out-of-body experience and refers to it as something other than herself. She knows it is not her, but it still makes her feel things. It is not a hallucination; it is an out of body experience.
Even if it was a hallucination, hallucinations are not symptoms of depression, but depressed people can hallucinate as well; hallucinations can either mean something like psychosis or schizophrenia/schizotypy if paired with behavioural problems, or your hallucinations could be totally normal and you can easily live your life with them.
Depression is solely feeling bad all the time and being unable to pull yourself out of a vat of misery and apathy. Hallucinations not included.


Just sayin'...
No offense or anything; I've researched this a lot and developed depression when I started puberty and the only way I stay out of reach of it is with good diet and vigorous exercise so I have no excess energy.

MaryElizabeth 06-25-2012 05:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Sandy (Post 304455)
Bro, my friend and I get that all the time. I know someone who can see a person, and then if they focus, can see whatever they're looking at from where they are. I know a girl who can see herself die whenever she looks in the mirror. I see myself working out like a boss to a good song whenever I hear aforementioned good song, and if I close my eyes and I'm listening to a good enough percussive beat, I can see my ancestors and hear their footsteps.
Everyone has quirks like this; the point is that we know as well as she does that it's not really real, thus why she called it an out-of-body experience and refers to it as something other than herself. She knows it is not her, but it still makes her feel things. It is not a hallucination; it is an out of body experience.
Even if it was a hallucination, hallucinations are not symptoms of depression, but depressed people can hallucinate as well; hallucinations can either mean something like psychosis or schizophrenia/schizotypy if paired with behavioural problems, or your hallucinations could be totally normal and you can easily live your life with them.
Depression is solely feeling bad all the time and being unable to pull yourself out of a vat of misery and apathy. Hallucinations not included.


Just sayin'...
No offense or anything; I've researched this a lot and developed depression when I started puberty and the only way I stay out of reach of it is with good diet and vigorous exercise so I have no excess energy.

All right then. I have never experienced depression, so I apparently wouldn't know.


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